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How much per click on average for the program you use?
Are we allowed to say?
Clark




msg:1356068
 1:08 am on Nov 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

Before following through on this thread, I'm not sure if this is allowed by the TOS of the different companies.

But I'd love a comparison between the payout per click of the major AS-like programs we use here. If someone can confirm which programs allow us to to share that info, then let's turn this thread into 3 point posts, no discussion. It will look like this sample (not actual data):

Per Click average earnings:
1. Adsense: 90 cents
2. YPN: 80 cents
3. Chitika 40 cents

 

Drastic




msg:1356069
 1:44 am on Nov 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

Those specifics are generally not TOS friendly.

Clark




msg:1356070
 2:10 am on Nov 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

Never mind then. Perhaps you can delete the thread if possible?

jetteroheller




msg:1356071
 7:19 am on Nov 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

EPC is sensless without CTR.

Every program can have complete different CTR depending on the ad targeting.

This can easy influence CTR in a range of 1:100 from great targeting to complete anti targeting.

So even when gambling affliant paradies would pay $10 per click, and the visitors of my page do not like gambling - anti targeting - $0,20 from AdSense could bring much more because CTR is maybe 100 times better.

In the year 2000, I stoped banner advertising on my sites, because the ads had been completely anti targeted to the users of my site and the CTR had been a joke.

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